Organic degenerations with great restlessness and despair; ulceration of duodenum, which, by extension, involves the pancreatic duct, perhaps the result of burns, of malignant disease, etc.; neuralgia of the coeliac plexus; stools undigested, containing fat.
Catarrh of the salivary ducts; peculiar odor from mouth, with but slightly coated tongue; thick, white mucus collects in mouth and throat, with constant inclination to hawk and swallow; constriction of abdomen around navel, inclination to hawk and
swallow; constriction of abdomen around navel, as if a ball or lump would form.
Flat, unpleasant taste; saliva runs together in mouth like water, with tasteless belching; dull, pressing stitches below stomach; with cutting across abdomen; undigested stools with emaciation, palpitation and oppression of chest; albuminuria; bodily and mental relaxation.
Indurated pancreas; profuse, tasteless, thin saliva of sweetish, putrid odor; sensation of coldness apparently rising from the abdomen into throat and mouth; eating causes distress and burning in the stomach; long-lasting nausea after meat; vomiting; oppression in epigastrium.
Raising of a watery fluid from stomach; foul taste and offensive odor from mouth; pains deep in between stomach and abdomen; distention of stomach and abdomen; aversion to meat and fat things; to milk, which causes flatulence; plainest food disagrees; burning, light-colored, foetid stools; praecordial anguish.
ACUTE PANCREATITIS; sudden attacks of vomiting and diarrhoea at night; vomiting of a white substance consisting of saliva without any admixture of the contents of either stomach or bowels; trembling of abdomen.
Great emaciation; hungry, anxious, if he cannot get food at the regular hour; eats enormously yet grows thin; pancreas enlarged; abdominal pulsations; soapy taste; FAT IN STOOLS; glands enlarged or atrophied; lungs affected; depressed and irritable; phthisis pulmonum; tabes mesenterica.
Burning distress in region of pancreas; vomiting of a sweetish water; SALIVA HAS A GREASY TASTE; green, watery diarrhoea, (<) 2 to 3 A.M.; offensive flatus, smelling like copper; diarrhoea, contains undigested fat; bilious vomiting; sick-headache periodically every week; dull, throbbing or shooting over one eye, usually right, with dim vision, nausea and vomiting.
ULCERATION OF DUODENUM; tongue coated thick yellow, more towards base, edges red and full of small, painful ulcers; burning in pharynx and stomach; dislike to meat, longing for beer and acid drinks; FEELING OF COLDNESS IN STOMACH AND BOWELS; dull pain and stitches in right hypochondrium, limited to a small spot; clay- colored stools; chronic diarrhoea.
Rancid taste in mouth after eating or drinking; viscid, saltish saliva, gulping up of large quantities of air; burning in pit of stomach; cutting and burning around navel, emaciation and loss of appetite. Morbus Brightii.
Chronic duodenitis, pressure on hypochondrium produces tender pains in epigastrium and vice versa; dyspepsia, jaundice, calculi pancreatic.
TUBERCULOSIS AND FATTY DEGENERATION IN DIFFERENT ORGANS, especially of heart, liver, pancreas or kidney; distressing burning pains in coeliac axis; stools undigested, containing particles of fat or looking like cooked sago; pale, yellow face; anaemia; atrophy of pancreas with diabetes mellitus; neuralgia of coeliac; plexus; morbus Brightii.
Pain in region of coeliac plexus; sweetish taste; accumulation of sweetish saliva in mouth; empty, sweetish eructations; violent colic, abdomen drawn in to the spine; jaundice; light-colored stools; gangrene.
Offensive odor from mouth; copious salivation; satiety from small quantity of food, followed by nausea and vomiting one hour after eating, craving food afterwards; foetid flatulency; stool hard, clayey or frequent; painless, watery diarrhoea; jaundice; gall-stones.
Fatty degeneration or cancer of pancreas; suppuration of salivary glands; canine hunger with nervous, irritable persons; aversion to warm cooked food, disgust for meat; sour eructations; nausea with violent palpitations; induration of pylorus; clothing across abdomen feels too tight; stools contain undigested of pylorus; clothing across abdomen feels too tight; stools contain undigested food, with great exhaustion, but painless.
Ulceration of duodenum and pyloric end of stomach; vomiting of a white fluid; putrid eructations, pains (<) from fasting; urine deposits a muco-purulent sediment, containing albumen, phosphates, lithic acid in excess; glycosuria.
Hard tumefaction over and below stomach, left lobe of the liver or pancreas involved; sweetish, metallic taste, like spoiled cheese; increased flow of saliva; aversion to meat, fish and sweet things, to cooked or warm things; pressure and tension in abdomen; dropsy from hepatic or renal causes.